Premier Brantley participates in ‘World Read Aloud Day’

Mark Brantley
Mark Brantley

St Kitts and Nevis: Minister of Foreign Affairs and Aviation St. Kitts and Nevis and Premier of Nevis, Mark Brantley, participated in World Read Aloud Day.

In a video message, Nevis premier said that he is reading the book ‘Chronicles of Coryn: Adventures in Saint Kitts and Nevis ‘ written by Coryn Anaya Clarke.

Brantley said,” This book is all about St Kitts and Nevis, and I am excited and so happy; I was born in Trinidad and Tobago, and my mother too & my father born in St Kitts and Nevis.

He added,” I have been there twice before a visit to my relatives, as my aunties and cousins lived there. ” 

In his message, Mark Brantley emphasized the benefits of readings and urged people to read more and learn more. 

Brantley himself has many prestigious degrees; He attended secondary school at Charlestown Secondary School. He finished his higher education at the University of the West Indies, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Laws, Upper Second Class Honors.

 He then attended the Norman Manley Law School, where he obtained a Legal Education Certificate of Merit. He finished his studies at St Catherine’s College, a college of the University of Oxford in the United Kingdom (which he attended as a Commonwealth Scholar). He achieved a Bachelor of Civil Law. Brantley has been admitted to the bar in St Kitts and Nevis. 

 He is also a big food lover and always empowers ‘Men can cook. ‘

He also supports local Nevis food and cultures, which makes him people loving. 

World Read Aloud Day is gradually supported by LitWorld, an organization dedicated to bringing literacy to the world at large. This organization is often credited for building the day! Every year thousands of children and adults struggle with reading, and through their efforts, LitWorld is serving to bring the wonder of the written word to these men, women, and children.

 LitWorld’s mission is “empowering kids and communities through the influence of stories.” More than fitting for World Read Aloud Day, for both kids and adults alike!.

Words are all around us, and what better way to admire them than by gathering with friends and family and reading aloud! According to Scholastic, over 173 countries actively celebrate World Read Aloud Day!.

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